The way forward:
We're ready to flip alamance blue, are you? Join us and watch the ground swell that's coming. We're going to touch every inch of this county to help our candidates, We hope to see you on our journey. We will not be deterred in our effort to make change#DemCast #DemCastNC #ncpol
— Young Democrats of Alamance County (@DemsAlamance) January 14, 2020
This is a great group of young Dems, highly energetic and smart as a whip. Looking forward to seeing them in action.
PSA: Twitter does NOT reflect the real world. Most voters are not on twitter. Candidates should focus more on what people are saying in person, town halls, etc and less on what they are tweeting. #Election2020 #2020Elections #ncpol #uspol
— Jett (@Jettlynnlato) January 13, 2020
^ She's not wrong...
— NC Policy Watch (@NCPolicyWatch) January 13, 2020
They really have been bringing their A-game here lately.
So the Libertarians will now disown Trump, right? #ncpol
— Eric Nelson (@CommodoreNelson) January 13, 2020
Hah! Don't hold your breath...
— Emma Brown (@EmBrownDC) January 13, 2020
He's a toad, and a stool. A toadstool.
— NC Democratic Party (@NCDemParty) January 13, 2020
The answer to this is really simple:
A first-term Democratic governor and the Republican senate majority leader in Kansas agreed on a compromise last week that would allow it to become the 38th state — and 15th red — to expand its Medicaid program.
The agreement is the third of its kind recently between a Democratic governor and Republican-controlled legislature counting Kentucky and Louisiana.
Those bipartisan successes have raised the question of why a compromise can’t be reached in a similar scenario in North Carolina.
BergerMoore is not interested in making any compromises, especially when it comes to anything associated with Barack Obama. It doesn't matter if it will improve health outcomes (not to mention save lives), considerations like that aren't even on their radar.
— Tim Peck (@timothypeck) January 14, 2020
Mitch McConnell has refused to agree to any particular format for the Senate Impeachment trial, has hinted that he may simply dismiss the charges outright, and has openly admitted he will function as the White House's agent in the process. It's an outrageous affront to the U.S. Constitution and the people of the United States, not to mention a deep erosion to the integrity of the Senate. If you want somebody to blame for the delay, blame him.
— Justin Parmenter (@JustinParmenter) January 13, 2020
There's got to be some pay-to-play in there somewhere. I have spent several hours researching possible connections between Istation, its leadership, and NC elected officials, and come up with squat so far. It's possible Mark Johnson just fell for a slick sales presentation, but him throwing close to a million dollars at them recently would suggest something more is going on.
— Reuben F. Young (@judgeryoung2020) January 13, 2020
My understanding is, Mickey is going to step down after a Primary winner is chosen, so that candidate can run as an incumbent. So we've only got him for a couple months, and most of that time the General Assembly will not be in session. Enjoy him while you can...
On that odd and sad note, here's your Onion:
— The Onion (@TheOnion) January 11, 2020
Oh wow, man...Wait, that needs music...